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Kaseya - Excluding disk space monitoring from a single drive

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Hi, we use the SaaS version of Kaseya to monitor and alarm on free disk space on servers. There is a server that has a temporary drive which is used as a staging area and as such we dont need to monitor its free space. Is there a way to create an exception to the alerting perhaps without removing the monitoring of the other drives?

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Cobus Bothma
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Are you using the Low Disk Alert function or a Monitor Set to monitor free disk space.  The Low Disk Alert function is limited and monitors all drives using the same threshold.  For more robust/complex monitoring scenarios you would be advised to create Monitor Sets for the various drives and thresholds you need.
https://community.kaseya.com/xsp/f/27/t/18856.aspx

For all but that one server you would use a low disk alert function, for that one server you would use a monitor set for the various drives on that server.
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Do you have to install an agent on this machine, if so either uninstall or stop the service!
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